Sadie Robertson

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They're colorful, they're sparkly, they're flattering and they're..."daddy-approved."

Sadie Robertson, who appears with her father, Willie Robertson, on the reality show Duck Dynasty, debuted a second collection of dresses at gown designer Sherri Hill's show on Thursday during New York Fashion Week.

The 17-year-old even got to walk the runway herself, marking her second time. She sported a cute mini dress with a sparkling nude and teal cap sleeve bodice and flared teal skirt as well as a sleeveless teal satin gown with a  jeweled sash.

Hill is known for her prom and beauty pageant dresses and gowns, which have been supplied to Miss USA and Miss Universe contestants.

Sadie Robertson

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"Sadie's Collection is a daddy-approved collection," Sadie told E! News at the event. "All about modesty, trying to keep everything covered up."

Sadie also posted on her Instagram page a photo of herself backstage before the show.

"So extremely blessed to be a sherri hill model & get to walk in New York fashion week. Praising God for all the many opportunities. ALL glory to God. walking for him."

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Sadie had also launched a previous line of "daddy-approved" Sherri Hill prom dresses and had showcased designs from it with a modeling debut at Hill's Spring 2014 fashion show in September 2013. Sadie was joined at that event by her parents and siblings. 

"The Sadie Robertson Live Original" collection by Sherri Hill is retro inspired, has "Willie approved" dress lengths and has something for every prom girl," Hill's company had said in a statement teasing the Spring 2014 collection.

John Luke Robertson, Will Robertson, Rebecca Robertson, Bella Robertson, Korie Robertson, Willie Robertson, Sadie Robertson

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Last year, Sadie competed on Dancing With the Stars with partner Mark Ballas, placing second. He and, again, her father, personally approved each one of her dance costumes to make sure they were age-appropriate.

—Reporting by James Chairman

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